01 Oct 1998

A Business World Gone Global


Today, even small firms dare to think globally and invest accordingly - closing deals in Dubai has become almost as commonplace as doing business in Dubuque, thanks to quantum leaps in travel and transport, geopolitics, and communications.

With the new global marketplace open for business 24 hours a day, the competitiveness and sophistication of international commerce have increased enormously. In the profiles that follow, five members of the Class of 1973 share their secrets for success in today's dramatically reconfigured global arena.


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Value Added—Rajat K. Gupta
Putting on the Wheels—Louis R. Hughes
Going Against the Flow—André R. Jakurski
A Career to Smile About—Lois D. Juliber
Playing to Win—Robert L. Louis-Dreyfus

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